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. and then a discussion on the school shootings in newtown, connecticut. later, we will re-air gary locke on the relationship between the two countries, china and the united states. tomorrow morning, a form on the consumer credit report. and oversight of the credit reporting market. the that live at c-span3 at 10 eastern senator daniel inouyebie died yesterday at the age of 88. this is a little bit more than a half-hour. >> is he was a colleague but really a friend. he helped me so many times, helped me do my best here, my best has been with the help of him. as i mentioned briefly yesterday, he always had so much confidence in me. years ago, years ago when i was a senator struggling, like all senators here, he told me two decades ago that i would be running the senate someday. i never even contemplated, thought about that, desired that. things have worked out that he was right. senator inouye is one of the amerir inouye is one of the >> senator inouye, he is one of the finest men i have ever known. a real americano hero. my friend, who is on the floor, the system leader, has told hiss sto
will be senator blumenthal from connecticut. we are so delighted that you could be here. go right ahead. >> thank you very much. i want to thank you and ranking member and half for today's hearing. my colleagues to have stated so eloquently what happened in new york and new jersey, connecticut , share their faith although the lack -- national media coverage may give the impression that connecticut's damage was more a footnote to the main story. in fact, the destruction and damage in connecticut was every bit as real, and the pockets of destruction as pervasive as elsewhere, and i think many of the lessons learned the you heard here form a pattern that we need to invest now or pay later. there are measures that we can take now to minimize the damage in the future, and we cannot be penny wise to avoid those measures going forward, and the other lesson that i think it's striking here is that our efforts have to be complementary, not competitive. we are mutually supportive in this effort. i have been asked repeatedly, argue in competition with new jersey and new york? the answer is emphatically now.
suffered more than the people of connecticut from hurricane sandy i know you will hear about that from your representatives. we did suffer in connecticut. the second is we are part of a critically important economic region, critically important for the country, certainly in terms of the fiscal strength of the country, but much more. part of what i hope he will keep in mind is helpless revitalize this center of economic strength which really benefits the entire country. going to connecticut we suffered an estimated $600 million in damage great. it's evidence by the photos of the year. what is most interesting is the photo on the left which is a house in danbury. most assume that the damage occurred on the coast. up in the northwest part of the state quite far from the water, but there was a tremendous wind, and it knocked down the tree which devastated this house and a lot of power in these areas. the other photos to the right, fairfield, by the beach. the water came we in. bottom left, you have a house which relief voting them of flooded creek and the end to the right in bridgeport just a s
keep these issues in the minds of your colleagues. not just in the days after newtown, connecticut, but in the days and weeks coming. >> guest: hopefully we can get together and work on the administration and we will find out what it will do in bringing all these agencies together to find out how can we work at this level to begin to help people and the funding that is necessary and will be effectively utilized at the local level. we can talk and put all kinds of care at the local level. being able to have enough information -- providing more education to people in congress. >> guest: we need to continue this dialogue with members of congress. we would like to meet with the president and discuss these issues and have an important national form as what congress can do as well to smack congressman murphy and congresswoman napolitano, thank you so much for being with us two on "washington journal" tomorrow morning, focus on gun control issues. tim huelskamp will join us to talk about the latest on negotiations on the so-called fiscal cliff. he was one of four gop members of two commit
to participate with your involvement and out reach to your communities its but also connecticut and going back through 2011 and the catastrophe suffered during that period of time when you contacted me. i went them to know. thank you to senator vitter as well. also to the president to provide the strong leadership that he has and promptly declared connecticut in the regency arianna and permitted the sba to move forward with fema and i want to think those folks, those on the ground who have been there for quite some time, and fema officials in advance of the storm. many of the recent storms indicate we may face a new normal of this catastrophic weather evaded the event. we need to prepare it -- prepare long-term and short-term and that is why the suggestions and other improvements are so critically important. you need to know the connecticut sba office has approve 6.7 million of disaster assistance for struggling businesses. that figure is significant but there is a large number of requests for funding. there for a large number of homeowners need assistance for the request quite frankly is in t
to the shooting in connecticut. followed by a discussion about how states with strong defense industries are bracing for sequestration. the scheduled january across the board cuts affecting federal agencies and departments. our guest is juana summers, and later advice for preparing 2012 federal taxes and a look at new taxes taking effect in 2013. kipling gary editorial director kevin mcconnell is our guest. washington journal with your calls, 2003s and e-mails, live at 7:00 eastern on c-span. >> tomorrow, a draft constitution by egyptian president muhammad morsi that would expand his decisionmaking powers is up for a vote. the vote has brought protests. next we'll talk about developmentness the country and security throughout the region with an expert on the muslim brotherhood and a former israeli ambassador to egypt. this is an hour and a half. >> looking at the political competition within egyptian society, what is likely to be the outcome not just of the referendum but the next step and the next several steps in this ongoing saga of the egyptian political transition? looking more deep
by the name of abbott, bigelow, wonderful man from connecticut. the two of us tried to enter a so-called weight waiting room. we were met by a group of young men who beat some of the slaying of april were. the local authorities came up and wanted to know whether we wanted to press charges. we said no, we believe in peace and love and nonviolence. it was may 9, 1961. in february of 09, less than a month after president iraq obama had been inaugurated as president, one of the young men that had attacked us came to my congressional office on capitol hill and said mr. lewis, i'm one of the people of the e.u. will you forgive me? i want to apologize. his son had been encouraging his father to go out and seek other of. i said yes, i accept your apology. i forgive you. his son started crying, he started crying, i started crying. he gave me a hug, i hate that. then i seen this gentleman three other times. he called a brother and i called them better. that's what the movement was all about, to be reconciled. [applause] this book is about reconciliation. it is a fine analysis that we are on
had griswold versus connecticut, so that married couples could not be denied the right to buy birth control. 1956, chief justice warren volution eyes criminal procedure and perhaps more importantly, changing television dramas forever. [laughter] 1967, perhaps the best named case in supreme court history. what was the case? state could no longer bear him racial intermarriage. think about that in 1967. there are people in this room who were alive in 1967. [laughter] it was still illegal in a lot of states and when barack obama's parents got married in kenya, i'm sorry, i mean in -- [laughter] >> at such a cheap joke and i apologize. but everybody knows mitt romney is having a rough time as a presidential candidate but a sentence that i have not heard uttered anywhere is the only donald trump had been the nominee. because he built this idea that barack obama was built in kenya other than the united states. but that campaign did not take off exactly. mitt romney is there for better or worse. when barack obama's parents got married in 1960, and it wasn't kenya, i'm sorry, it was in hawai
is going up to her family's estate. this wealthy area in connecticut. >> host: at columbia university, a classmate of the president, to be honest, he had never had many black friends, he said. i saw that switch happened most markedly during the period that i was most close to him. barack obama was the most liberal person i ever met in terms of instructing his own identity. his achievement was really an achievement in the modern world. >> guest: beenu mahmood was one of a group of pakistani friends that barack obama had. they shared with him the he was comfortable that these guys. at columbia law school, they were very good guys. it is true that obama did his best. when i interview president obama in the oval office, he talked about the supporters in new york. but he started to make that transition in his long arc of his search for home. she was starting to happen and beenu mahmood was very perceptively seen that happen. >> host: why did the presidency president in new york after graduating from columbia? >> guest: he was trying to get a job wherever he could. he applied for a job in c
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